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2015 Orioles Prospect List


Rank Name Projection
1 Dylan Bundy # 1 Starter
2 Hunter Harvey #2 Starter
3 Chance Sisco 1st Div. C
4 Christian Walker Elite 1B
5 Jomar Reyes 1st Div. 3B
6 Jason Garcia Closer
7 Zach Davies #4 Starter
8 Josh Hart 1st Div. CF
9 Parker Bridwell Impact Reliever
10 Pat Connaughton Impact Reliever
11 Miguel Gonzalez Impact Reliever
12 Tim Berry #5 Starter
13 Dariel Alvarez 2nd Div. RF
14 Michael Ohlman 2nd Div. C
15 Branden Kline Reliever
16 Drew Dosch 2nd Div. 3B
17 Henry Urrutia 2nd Div. LF
18 Adrian Marin Backup SS
19 Trey Mancini 2nd Div. 1B
20 Glynn Davis 2nd Div. LF
21 Tanner Murphy Backup C
22 Ofelky Peralta Reliever
23 Mike Yastrzemski 2nd Div. LF
24 Jamill Moquete 2nd Div. CF
25 Mike Wright Reliever
26 Miguel Gonzalez #N/A
27 Jonah Heim Backup C
28 Alex Hassan 2nd Div. LF
29 Jon Keller Reliever
30 Brian Gonzalez Reliever
31 Oliver Drake Reliever
32 Tyler Wilson Reliever
33 Alex Murphy Backup C
34 Logan Verrett Reliever
35 Chris Jones Reliever
36 Tyler Wilson Reliever
37 David Hess Reliever
38 Jay Gonzalez Backup CF
39 Mychal Givens Reliever
40 Anthony Caronia Backup SS
41 Jared Breen Backup SS
42 Gregory Lorenzo Backup CF
43 Mitch Horacek Reliever
44 Jean Cosme Reliever
45 John Means Reliever
46 Matt Trowbridge Reliever
47 Brian Ward 3RD CATCHER
48 Austin Wynns 3RD CATCHER
49 Jason Esposito Backup 3B
50 Travis Seabrooke Reliever
51 Brady Wager Reliever
52 Matt Hobgood Reliever
53 David Richardson Reliever
54 Derrick Bleeker Reliever
55 Jimmy Yacabonis Reliever
56 Dylan Rheault Reliever
57 Luis Gonzalez Reliever
58 Garabez Rosa Backup LF
59 John Ruettiger Backup LF
60 Carlos Diaz #N/A
61 Lazaro Leyva #N/A
62 Riley Palmer Backup 3B
63 Conor Bierfeldt Backup LF
64 Jeff Kemp 3RD 2B/SS

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